Catch up on the day's big business and economics stories Monday to Friday with Sky News' business presenter Ian King. Reports, discussion and interviews from the heart of the City and beyond.
Grocery inflation, Elizabeth line opens, wine fit for a President
On today's episode of the Ian King Business Podcast, Sky's Paul Kelso reports from the World Economic Forum in Davos where the war in Ukraine is top of the agenda.
Supermarket prices are rising at their fastest rate for 13 years, with products like dog food and fresh beef all on the rise.
Elsewhere the first passengers have travelled on the Elizbeth line, London's newest rail network.
And Darius Pommier, of Chateau Darius, joins Ian to discuss how he's hoping to modernise the image of his wine.
Zelenskyy addresses Davos, and how one burger company is cutting carbon emissions
In today's podcast, Ian King speaks to the chief executive of Honest Burgers about how the company's cutting carbon emissions.
Ukraine's President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, has addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos - urging businesses to stop dealing with Russia.
And Ian discusses the number of refugees displaced by the conflict seeking employment in the UK.
Former BoE governor attacks central banks, and retail sales rise, but confidence plummets
On the Ian King Business Podcast: retail sales rise but consumer confidence plummets - hear from the former Bank of England governor Mervyn King who blames central banks for fuelling inflation; analysis of cryptocurrency markets following a stablecoin collapse; and former Rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood talks about celebrating young sporting talent
Pubs, grub and music
Sky's Ian King speaks to the boss of Young's - which owns more than 200 pubs and hotels - about the company's post-Covid recovery.
He looks into the meat-free food industry as California-based Impossible Foods launches in the UK.
And the boss of Hipgnosis Songs talks to Ian about an increasing number of older music artists selling the publishing rights to their songs - for millions of pounds.
Inflation hits 40 year high - who's hurting the most? And could upskilling tackle labour shortages?
On the Ian King Business podcast we have the latest assessment about inflation - reaching a 40 year high - and ask if it'll get worse; there's also Planet Organic's CEO about the impact of rising costs on their prices; the chief executive of Zilch talks about expanding into the US; and discover why Legal & General is investing £4bn in the West Midlands
Wages fall sharply, investing in Andorra and Vietnam, and recycling cans
On today's Ian King Business Podcast: inflation pressures continues after a sharp fall in wages; Taavet Hinrikus talks about his startup helping boost routine testing at home; the world's biggest maker of aluminium cans discusses recycling; we look at investment opportunities in Andorra and Vietnam; and review the biggest business stories of the day